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Leader 1: Ladies and gentlemen! This is Ritskiy and Sonskiy. The International Council informs about the Competition, between the pupils of the 4th form, who knows London well. If we want to take part in this Competition, we have to get more information about this city. That’s why our Broadcasting Company sent some journalists to London to see the most famous sights and tell us about them. In some seconds we’ll connect with them. Paul? Hello!

Journalist 1:Ritskiy? Hello! I am_Paul I have found that…….(сообщение 1: “Welcome to London”)

Leader 1: Thank you, Paul. We are sure your information will be very useful for us.

Journalist 1: You’re welcome. Out!



Leader 3: Oh! The next correspondent is waiting for connection. Margaret and Sofia? Hello!

Journalist 2:Byrena? Hello! We are Margaret and Sofia. We have found that…….(сообщение 2: “Tower Bridge”)

Leader 3: Thank you, Margaret and Sofia . We are sure your information is very important.

Journalist 2: You’re welcome. Out!



Leader 1: Oh! The next correspondents are here. Natalie and Daria? Hello!

Journalist 3:Ritskiy ?Hello!We are Natalie and Daria. We have found that…….(сообщение 3: “Tower of London”)

Leader 1: Thank you, Natalie and Daria. We can use this information.

Journalist 3: You’re welcome. Out!



Leader 2: Oh! The next correspondents are here. Ilia? Hello!

Journalist 4: Sonskiy ? Hello!I am Ilia. I have found that…….(сообщение 4: “Backingham Palace”)

Leader 2: Thank you, Ilia. Your information is very interesting.

Journalist 4: You’re welcome. Out!



Leader 1: Oh! The next correspondents are here.Nastia? Hello!

Journalist 5: Ritskiy? Hello! I am Nastia. I have found that…….(сообщение 5: House of Parliament)

Leader 1: Thank you, Nastia. We are sure your information will be very useful for us.

Journalist 5: You’re welcome. Out!



Leader 2: Oh! The next correspondents are here. Alexia? Hello!

Journalist 6: Sonskiy? Hello! I am Alexia. I have found that…….(сообщение 6: “Trafalgar Square ”)

Leader 2: Thank you, Alexia. We are sure your information is very important.

Journalist 6: You’re welcome. Out!



Leader 1: Oh! The next correspondents are here. Ilia and Sadi? Hello!

Journalist 7: Ritskiy? Hello! We have found that…….(сообщение 7: “St/ Paul’s Cathedral & Westminster Abbay”)

Leader 1: Thank you, Ilia and Sadi. We can use this information.

Journalist 7: You’re welcome. Out!



Leader 2: Oh! The next correspondents are here. Arthur and Kate? Hello!

Journalist 8: Sonskiy? Hello! We are Arthur and Kate. We have found that…….(сообщение 8: “Parks”

Leader 2: Thank you, Arthur and Kate. Your information is very interesting.

Journalist 8: You’re welcome. Out!



Leader 1: Oh! The next correspondents are here. Julia and Arik? Hello!

Journalist 9: Ritskiy? Hello! We are Julia and Arik. We have found that…….(сообщение 9: “ British Museum and National Gallery ”)

Leader 1: Thank you, Julia and Arik. We are sure your information will be very useful for us.

Journalist 9: You’re welcome. Out!



Leader 2: Oh! The next correspondent is here. Samvel ? Hello!

Journalist 10: Sonskiy? Hello! I am Samvel. I have found that…….(сообщение 10: “ Md Tussaud Museum”

Leader 2: Thank you, Samvel. We are sure your information is very important.

Journalist 10: You’re welcome. Out!



Leader 1: Oh! The next correspondents are here. David? Hello!

Journalist 11: Ritskiy? Hello! I have found that…….(сообщение 11: “Sharlock Holmes Museum”)

Leader 1: Thank you, David. We can use this information.

Journalist 11: You’re welcome. Out!


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The competition

Leader 2: Thank you for your attention….but now….let’s check your attention! We are very glad to see our teams. Let’s greet the team of the 4th “A” form! (аплодисменты) Now let’s greet the team of the 4th “B” form! (аплодисменты) And finally… let’s greet the team of the 4th “V” form! (аплодисменты)


Leader 1: Task 1

For the beginning we would like to suggest you The Brain Storm Game. You will get 15 questions about London and every question has 4 variants of answer. Every member of your teams has 4 cards with numbers: 1, 2, 3 and 4. Every member can earn 1 point for the team for each right answer. Members of our respectable jury will count how many right answers will give each team. We will read the question and you will rise up the card with the right answer. Ready? Let’s start!

Когда все игроки поднимают карточки, ведущий ждет несколько секунд и произносит правильный ответ


Task 2

The next game we would like to suggest you is The Laughing Sentences. Every team will have to make the right sentence from its parts. The team which will finish the task the first rises your hands up. The right answer gives 5 points to the team and 1 extra point for speed.

This is the first sentence….

I see the team of the 4th (A, B, V)….is ready. Well, let’s wait for more 30 seconds….Time’s over.

(капитан команды, выполнившей задание первой читает получившееся предложение)


This is the second sentence….

I see the team of the 4th (A, B, V)….is ready. Well, let’s wait for more 30 seconds….Time’s over.

(капитан команды, выполнившей задание первой читает получившееся предложение)


This is the third sentence….

I see the team of the 4th (A, B, V)….is ready. Well, let’s wait for more 30 seconds….Time’s over.

(капитан команды, выполнившей задание первой читает получившееся предложение)


This is the forth sentence….

I see the team of the 4th (A, B, V)….is ready. Well, let’s wait for more 30 seconds….Time’s over.

(капитан команды, выполнившей задание первой читает получившееся предложение)


This is the fifth sentence….

I see the team of the 4th (A, B, V)….is ready. Well, let’s wait for more 30 seconds….Time’s over.

(капитан команды, выполнившей задание первой читает получившееся предложение)

Leader : While our jury counts the results of the first two tasks we would like to declare The Music Pause. Let’s greet our guest from London, Her Majesty Queen of Great Britain and listen to her speech.

(приветствие королевы)


Leader : Thank you very much, Your Majesty. Please, stay with us and watch our competition.

Ok, Our jury has already prepared the first results. Welcome!

(жюри оглашает результаты первых 2-х конкурсов)


Leader : Task 3

Thank you very much. The next game we would like to suggest you is The Decoder. Every team will have to guess the word.

This is the code of the first word. Every number of the code is one of the letters in the key. For example:

1is for “B”

8is for “U”

1 is for “C”

4 is for “K”

3 is for “I”

5 is for “N”

3 is for “G”

3 is for “H”

1 is for “A”

5 is for “M”

The code word is “Buckingham”

The second word is for you.

The team which will finish the task the first rises your hands up. The right answer gives 5 points to the team and 1 extra point for speed. Ready! Set! Go!


I see the team of the 4th (A, B, V)….is ready. Well, let’s wait for more 30 seconds….Time’s over.

(капитан команды, выполнившей задание первой читает получившееся слово)

The second word is for you too.

I see the team of the 4th (A, B, V)….is ready. Well, let’s wait for more 30 seconds….Time’s over.

(капитан команды, выполнившей задание первой читает получившееся слово)

Leader : Task 4

The next game we would like to suggest you is The Quick Reader. The great battle of the captains is waiting for you. But before we’ll start we need to choose who will be the first, the second and the third reader. The lottery will help us. Take your cards and show us your number. The captain of the 4th (A, B, V) will be the first,….the second,….the third. You have to read the chain as quick as you can. 10 points gets the quickest reader, 8 points for the second place and 5 points for the third place.

Ready! Set! Go!


Leader : While our jury counts the results of the third and the forth tasks we would like to declare The Music Pause. Let’s greet our guests. They have come from London to greet the Queen and you, the Russian friends.

(ответ горожан на приветствие королевы)


Leader : Thank you very much. Dear Londoners, please stay with us and watch our competition.

Ok, Our jury has already prepared the results. Welcome!

(жюри оглашает результаты 3 и 4 конкурсов)


Leader : Task 5

The final task for you is The London Crossword.

If we solve word by word we’ll finally solve this crossword completely. Every right word will bring 1 point to your team.

(ведущий читает задание, а участники пол очереди называют слова, которые открываются на экране)


Leader : Thank you all correspondents for interesting information, thank you all players for amazing game, thank you all member of the jury for honest judging, thank you all guests for visit and, of course, thank you all of you, dear audience, for your attention. Now we are looking forward the last results. Welcome.

(жюри оглашает результаты 5конкурса и подводит итоги)


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1 What is the population of London? 5 million people 6 million people 7 milli...
2 What part of London doesn’t exist? The East End The West End The South End...
 It consists of three parts: the City of London, the West End and the East End.
3 What square is the central one in London? Red Square Trafalgar Square Centr...
4 Whose monument is on Trafalgar Square? Charles Dickens Queen Victoria Admir...
5 Where is the monument by Peter Pen? In Kensington Garden In St. James’s Par...
6 Where is the residence of the British Royal Family? Westminster Palace Buck...
7 Where is Big Ben? in Westminster Palace in the Tower of London in Trafalgar...
8 Where is the Crown Jewel’s in the British Museum in the Tower of London in...
9 Where is the traditional place of British Kings and Queens’ coronation? Wes...
10 Whose monument is there in front of Buckingham Palace? Queen Victoria Admi...
11 How many bronze lions are there on the statue of Admiral Nelson? 2 4 6 8
12 What park is famous for its Speaker’s Corner? Kensington Garden St. James’...
13 Where is Ceremony of Keys held? In front of the Tower of London In front o...
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London is the capital of England and the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland.


Buckingham Palace is the official residence of British Kings and Queens.

Big Ben is a clock on the House of Parliament.


Westminster Abbey is to the west of the Westminster Palace.


Statue of Admiral Nelson is a monument in Trafalgar Square


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Welcome to London

London is the capital of England and the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland. Today it is one of the most important financial and business centres and one of the largest cities in the world. London is situated on the river Thames. The population of London is about 7 million people. The total area is 625 sq. km.

If you visit London you will see a lot of places of interests which tell you about British history, traditions and culture. There are 200 museums, galleries and beautiful parks in London.

London consists of 4 parts:

  • The City

  • The City of Westminster

  • The East End

  • The West End

British people say, the City is “the money of London”, the West End is the “goods of London” and the East End is “the hands of London”.


hello_html_7dc629e6.pngNational Gallery

The National Gallery in London was founded in 1824. A rich collection of over 2,300 paintings dating from the mid-13th century to 19 century found home on Trafalgar Square. The British government bought 38 paintings from patron of the arts John Julius Angerstein in 1824. The present building, the third to house the National Gallery, was designed by William Wilkins from 1832 to 1850s . Now Director of the National Gallery is Nicholas Penny.












Hyde Park is one of the largest parks in central London and one of the Royal Parks. It’s famous for its Speakers' Corner.

Every person can come there to discuss any favourite subject.

The park has become a traditional location for mass demonstrations. A rose garden was added in 1994. Hyde Park will be the place for the 2012 Summer Olympics.

Kensington Gardens was designed by Henry Wise with the Round Pond and Dutch garden.

The park also famous for the Elfin Oak, an 900-year-old tree.

There is Peter Pan’s monument in Kensington Gardens, Children and their parents like J.M. Barrie's book character's famous adventures in Neverland.

St. James's Park is the oldest Royal Park in London. St. James's Park is near Buckingham Palace to the west, St. James's Palace to the North, Horse Guards to the east, and Birdcage Walk to the south. The park has a small lake with two islands. King James I' ordered to keep exotic animals (camels, crocodiles, elephants, and birds) in the park.

Pelicans, were gift from Russia. In the 17th century cows were walking along the park, and people could buy milk. Londoners take very good care about animals and birds in the park and now you can see a lot of them too.















hello_html_7dc629e6.pngBuckingham Palace

Queen Victoria, the first monarch who lived at Buckingham Palace.

Buckingham Palace is the official London residence of the British Royal Family.

The house was built for the first Duke of Buckingham in 1703.

The centre of state rooms is the Music Room. Next to the Music Room are the Blue and the White Drawing rooms. At the centre is the Picture Gallery. Other rooms are the Throne Room and the Green Drawing Room. The Guard Room contains white statues of Queen Victoria and Prince Albert. These very formal rooms are used only for ceremonial, but are open to the public every summer.

The Ballroom is the largest room at Buckingham Palace.

The Victoria Memorial is set in front of the main gates at Buckingham Palace.





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St Paul's Cathedral was designed by Sir Christopher Wren in the 17th century. The cathedral is one of London's most famous sights.

He had designed over fifty other City churches.

The Whispering Gallery runs around the inside of the dome above the cathedral floor. It is reached by 259 steps from ground level. It gets its name because a whisper against its wall at any point can say something to listener with an ear held to the wall and the listener hears clearly.

Statue of Saint Paul is near the Cathedral

St Paul's is home to other statues, memorials and tombs of famous British figures.



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The British Museum is a museum of the history and culture in London. Its collections are the largest in the world. The British Museum was founded in 1753. The museum first opened to the public in 1759. There was a national library with the Round Reading Room in it.

The British Museum was founded as a "universal museum. There are printed books, paints and drawings from Egypt, Greece, Rome, Far East and America.



Nelson's Column is a monument in Trafalgar Square

The column was built in honour of Admiral Nelson's death at the Battle of Trafalgar in 1805. The statue faces south where Nelson and his fleet were attacked. It is decorated with four bronze lions.

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Trafalgar Square is one of the most famous squares in the United Kingdom and the world. The square consists of a large central area with roads on three sides, and stairs leading to the National Gallery. There are a lot of beautiful fountains in the square. The square is famous for its pigeons. Londoners and tourists like to feed them very much.

Public ceremonies take place in Trafalgar Square . For example, Christmas ceremony takes place at Trafalgar Square every year since 1947. People from Norway gave Christmas tree s a present to Londoners. The military parade is in Trafalgar Square every king’s or queen’s birthday.


THE HOUSES OF PARLIAMENT

 The Houses of Parliament is the most known place all over the world. There are many halls and offices in it.

The Palace of Westminster, together with Victoria Tower and the Clock Tower are there. It has two houses: the House of Lords and the House of Commons. If Parlia­ment is sitting - the flag flies on top of Victoria Tower. Westminster Hall is one of the oldest buildings in London.





Big Ben is in the Clock Tower

Big Ben is a name of the clock and the bell of the Clock Tower of the House of Parliament. It got the name after Sir Benjamin Hall. He was very tall and his nickname was Big Ben. It celebrated its 150th birthday in May 2009. You can hear the sound of Big Ben every hour in London. The sign on the bottom says: “O Lord, keep safe our Queen Victoria the First.”

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Westminster Abbey is to the west of the Palace of Westminster. It is the traditional place of coronation and burial British monarchs.

Westminster Abbey was founded by Queen Elizabeth I in 1560. There are also forty Queen's schools there.

The two western towers of the Abbey were built between 1722 and 1745.

King Edward's Chair

Coronations of English and British monarchs and royal weddings were held in the Abbey.

The bells at the Abbey began to ring in 1971. The ring is now made up of ten bells.

Tower of London

Tower of London was built by William the Conqueror.

The Tower was a fortress, a royal palace, the Mint, state prison, and a zoo. As a state prison it was the most dangerous to the state, and the Mint was the treasury for the Crown Jewels. There were lions, leopards, bears, wolves and other animals in the zoo.

The Bell Tower was built in the 13th century In the past, when the bell was rung in alarm, bridges were risen and gates shut. The Bloody Tower had its name because many famous people were killed there.

The White Tower is 90 feet high. In the White Tower kings of England lived with their families and their court. The White Tower also has one of the finest collections of armour in the world.

A lot of visitors come to see the Royal jewels and the Crown. Some of the ceremonies take place at the Tower of London.

Ceremony of Keys is held every night. At 7 minutes to ten the Chief Warder walks to the Bloody Tower with a candle and the keys in his hands.

C: "Halt!"

G: "Who comes there?"

C: "The Keys"

G: "Who's Keys?"

C: "Queen Elizabeth's Keys"

G: "Pass Queen Elizabeth's Keys - All's well".

Other ceremony is the Ceremony of the Lilies and Roses

There are plenty stories about ghosts of people killed in the Tower of London. Now only 6 black ravens remember about those dark years. They have lived at the Tower for hundred years. A legend says: London is alive until ravens live in the Tower. A special guard takes care of them.





The Sherlock Holmes' Museum

In the 1880s a young doctor sat waiting for new patients who never came. To pass the time, he wrote stories about a man who was very good at solving crimes. These stories were so popular that the doctor decided to give up medicine and become a writer instead. The doctor was Arthur Conan Doyle and his' creation was Sherlock Holmes.

Holmes and his famous friend Doctor Watson rented rooms at 221b Baker Street.

Their hostess’s name was Mrs. Hudson. The visitors were very strange. They were fond of chemical experiments and playing violin.

In 1990, a museum was opened.

Everything in the museum remembers us the stories we know very well. You can see things which Holmes and Watson had — Holmes’ violin, his hat and pipe, unanswered letters pinned to the wall with a knife, his magnifying glass... Dr. Watson's diary is full of hand-written notes. The Sherlock Holmes' Museum is unlike other museums. You can sit in Holmes’s armchair by the fireplace, examine his things. People write letters to this address. Most letters come from the United States and many of them ask if Mr. Holmes can help them with some problem, such as finding a missing relative (or a pet). Greeting cards arrive at Christmas and on Holmes' birthday (he was born on January, 6th). People don’t forget about Dr. Watson too.



 Madam Tussaud’s museum of wax figures is one of the famous museums in London. It’s in the same street as The Sherlock Holmes' Museum, Baker Street. The museum was opened by wax sculpture Mary Tussaud. She was born in France. Her mother was a housekeeper in Doctor Philippe Curtis’s house. He was a master of wax figures and taught Mary that art. The first exhibition was in 1776 and a lot of people visit it. The figure of a famous French writer Walter was the first work of Mary Tussaud. Then she made other figures of famous people. In 1802 Mary moved to London and showed her collection/

In 1836 the museum in Baker Street was opened/ the collection became bigger and bigger and in 1884 the museum moved in Marylebone Road where it is now. In present time Museums of Madam Tussaud are in Amsterdam, Hong-Kong, Los-Vegas, New York and other cities. Modelling methods at Madame Tussaud's have not changed in 200 years. It takes about six months to make a figure. There are a lot of famous politicians, musicians, writers, actors, scientists and characters have their wax copies around the world. Elvis Presley, the Beatles, the Rolling Stones, Marilyn Monro, Michael Jackson, Charlie Chaplin, the British Royal family, Bill Clinton. Every year the collection become bigger and bigger because new stars appear.

Tower Bridge is over the River Thames. It is close to the Tower of London, which gives it its name. It is a symbol of London.

The bridge consists of two towers. In 1977 it was painted red, white and blue, but originally it was painted a chocolate brown color.

Construction started in 1886 and took eight years. Two massive piers, containing over 70,000 tons were set to support the construction. The total cost of construction was £100 million.

The bridge was officially opened on 30 June 1894.

The original raising mechanism was powered by the water.

To control the passage of river traffic through the bridge, a number of different rules and signals are used. Daytime control was provided by red semaphore signals.

At night, coloured lights are used, in either direction, on both piers: two red lights to show that the bridge was closed, and two green to show that it was open. In foggy weather, a gong was sounded as well.





10 Downing Street, colloquially known in the United Kingdom as "Number 10", is the headquarters of Her Majesty's Government and the official residence and office of the First Lord of the Treasury, an office now invariably held by the Prime Minister.

Situated on Downing Street in the City of Westminster, London, Number 10 is one of the most famous addresses in the United Kingdom and the world. Almost three hundred years old, the building contains about one hundred rooms. There is a private residence on the third floor and a kitchen in the basement. The other floors contain offices and numerous conference, reception, sitting and dining rooms where the Prime Minister works, and where government ministers, national leaders and foreign dignitaries are met and entertained. There is an interior courtyard and, in the back, a terrace overlooking a garden of 0.5 acres (2,000 m2). Adjacent to St. James's Park, Number 10 is near the Palace of Westminster, the Houses of Parliament, and Buckingham Palace, the official London residence of the British Monarch.

The Globe Theatre was a theatre in London associated with William Shakespeare. It was built in 1599 by Shakespeare's playing company, the Lord Chamberlain's Men, and was destroyed by fire on 29 June 1613. A second Globe Theatre was built on the same site by June 1614 and closed in 1642.

A modern reconstruction of the Globe, named "Shakespeare's Globe", opened in 1997 approximately 750 feet (230 m) from the site of the original theatre.

The Globe was built in 1599 using timber from an earlier theatre, The Theatre, which had been built by Richard Burbage's father, James Burbage, in Shoreditch in 1576. The Burbages originally had a 21-year lease of the site on which The Theatre was built but owned the building outright. However, the landlord, Giles Allen, claimed that the building had become his with the expiry of the lease. On 28 December 1598, while Allen was celebrating Christmas at his country home, carpenter Peter Street, supported by the players and their friends, dismantled The Theatre beam by beam and transported it to Street's waterfront warehouse near Bridewell. With the onset of more favourable weather in the following spring, the material was ferried over the Thames to reconstruct it as The Globe on some marshy gardens to the south of Maiden Lane, Southwark. The new theatre was larger than the building it replaced, with the older timbers being reused as part of the new structure; the Globe was not merely the old Theatre newly set up at Bankside. It was probably completed by the summer of 1599, possibly in time for the first production of Henry V and its famous reference to the performance crammed within a "wooden O". The first performance for which a firm record remains was Jonson's Every Man out of His Humour—with its first scene welcoming the "gracious and kind spectators"—at the end of the year.

On 29 June 1613 the Globe Theatre went up in flames during a performance of Henry the Eighth. A theatrical cannon, set off during the performance, misfired, igniting the wooden beams and thatching. According to one of the few surviving documents of the event, no one was hurt except a man whose burning breeches were put out with a bottle of ale. It was rebuilt in the following year.

Like all the other theatres in London, the Globe was closed down by the Puritans in 1642. It was pulled down in 1644, or slightly later—the commonly cited document dating the act to 15 April 1644 has been identified as a probable forgery—to make room for tenements.












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The Final Song (composed by Tatiana Tulskaya)

1 You Majesty, my only love

My queen, my heart, my star above

We’re so happy be invited

For holiday, it’s so exited

Regard the frank and great congratulation

From us and all the British nation

We wish for you the finest weather

Please, always be with us together

CHORIS: I wish, your Majesty

I wish, your Majesty

Beauty and the fame

We all respect and know you,

Your Majesty

Feel about us the same

All your scenery

Wide and greenaring

Fresh winds blow from west

We’re very proud of you

And our all Motherland

Proud of England, it’s the best

2 I wish, your Majesty, for you

The sky above you always blue

Let’s all dark clouds leave the calm blue sky

In rainy morning, dear, never cry

All citizens of greatest London city

Today is merry, glad and pretty

All people from old gentlemen to teen

Congratulate you, dear Queen

CHORIS: the same

3 Your Majesty, we always pray

The God to keep you all the day

And hold your royal family and friends

In careful and our tender hands

For us your always, very, very nice

If you love us, we’re love you twice

We’d like to thank you so, so much

For happy day, we’re so, so touched

CHORIS: the same



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Данное мероприятие было проведено между учащимися 4-х классов общеобразовательной школы c углубленным изучением английского языка (УМК Верещагина "Английский язык" ФГОС) Мероприятие состоит из 2-х блоков: 1. "Репортажи журналистов" об основных достопримечательностях Лондона 2. Командная игра с интересными конкурсными заданиями. В архиве содержатся конспект урока, сценарий внеклассного мероприятия (к сожалению, без видеофайлов, которые в оригинале сопровождали «репортажи журналистов»), примерные тексты сообщений "журналистов", конкурсные задания, финальная песня (музыка, текст и аранжировка принадлежат автору этого материала).

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Цели:

  1. Обучение коммуникативному общению по теме Лондон.

  2. Развитие интереса у учащихся к проектной работе.

  3. Воспитание творческого и делового подхода в ходе работы.

Задачи:

образовательная:

  • отрабатывать фонетические навыки;

  • учить понимать иностранную речь.

развивающая:

  • развивать умение применения полученных знаний в конкретной обстановке.

воспитательная:

  • прививать интерес к культуре, традициям, достопримечательностям англоязычных стран;

  • воспитывать умение работать в коллективе (группе).



Оформление кабинета:

Карта Лондона.

Плакаты с изображениями разных достопримечательностей Лондона

Оборудование: Видеопроектор, компьютер, демонстрационный и раздаточный материалы, секундомер.

Учебные материалы: Компьютерная презентация всех этапов урока, карточки.







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1. Организационный момент.

Good morning, children! I am glad to see you again. Today we have an unusual lesson.

(звучит гимн Великобритании)

We are going to make a trip to London.

2 Диалоги учителя с корреспондентами (доклады учащихся о разных достопримечательностях Лондона, сопровождаемые презентацией)

Учитель: Ladies and gentlemen! The International Council informs about the Competition, between the pupils of the 4th form, who knows London well. If we want to take part in this Competition, we have to get more information about this city. That’s why our Broadcasting Company sent some journalists to London to see the most famous sights and tell us about them. In some seconds we’ll connect with them. Paul? Hello!

1: Hello! I am….(называет свое имя) I have found that…….(сообщение 1: “Welcome to London”)

Учитель: Thank you. We are sure your information will be very useful for us.

Журналист 1: You’re welcome. Out!



Учитель: Oh! The next correspondent is waiting for connection. Margaret and Sofia? Hello!

Журналист 2: Hello! I am….(называет свое имя) .I have found that…….(сообщение 2: “Tower Bridge”)

Учитель: Thank you. We are sure your information is very important.

Журналист 2: You’re welcome. Out!



Учитель: Oh! The next correspondents are here. Hello!

Журналист 3:Hello! I am….(называет свое имя) . I have found that…….(сообщение 3: “Tower of London”)

Учитель: Thank you. We can use this information.

Журналист 3: You’re welcome. Out!



Учитель: Oh! The next correspondents are here. Hello!

Журналист 4: Hello! I am….(называет свое имя). I have found that…….(сообщение 4: “Backingham Palace”)

Учитель : Thank you. Your information is very interesting.

Журналист 4: You’re welcome. Out!



Учитель: Oh! The next correspondents are here. Hello!

Журналист 5: Hello! I am….(называет свое имя). I have found that…….(сообщение 5: House of Parliament)

Учитель: Thank you. We are sure your information will be very useful.

Журналист 5: You’re welcome. Out!



Учитель: Oh! The next correspondents are here. Hello!

Журналист 6: Hello! I am….(называет свое имя) . I have found that…….(сообщение 6: “Trafalgar Square ”)

Учитель: Thank you. We are sure your information is very important.

Журналист 6: You’re welcome. Out!



Учитель:: Oh! The next correspondents are here. Hello!

Журналист 7: Hello! I am….(называет свое имя) I have found that…….(сообщение 7: “St/ Paul’s Cathedral & Westminster Abbay”)

Учитель:: Thank you. We can use this information.

Журналист 7: You’re welcome. Out!



Учитель: Oh! The next correspondents are here. Hello!

Журналист 8: Hello!. I am….(называет свое имя) I have found that…….(сообщение 8: “Parks”

Учитель: Thank you. Your information is very interesting.

Журналист 8: You’re welcome. Out!



Учитель: Oh! The next correspondents are here. Hello!

Журналист 9: Hello! I am….(называет свое имя). I have found that…….(сообщение 9: “ British Museum and National Gallery ”)

Учитель: Thank you. We are sure your information will be very useful.

Журналист 9: You’re welcome. Out!



Учитель: Oh! The next correspondent is here. Hello!

Журналист10: Hello! I am….(называет свое имя).I have found that…….(сообщение 10: “ Md Tussaud Museum”

Учитель: Thank you. We are sure your information is very important.

Журналист 10: You’re welcome. Out!



Учитель: Oh! The next correspondents are here Hello!

Журналист 11: Hello! I am….(называет свое имя). I have found that…….(сообщение 11: “Sharlock Holmes Museum”)

Учитель: Thank you. We can use this information.

Журналист 11: You’re welcome. Out!














3 Командные соревнования

The competition

Учитель: Thank you for your attention….but now….let’s check your attention! We are very glad to see our teams. (ученики делятся на 3 команды)

Учитель:

Task 1 («Мозговой штурм») – учитель читает вопросы и они одновременно появляются на экране, учащиеся поднимают карточки с ответом. Каждый правильный ответ – 1 балл.

For the beginning we would like to suggest you The Brain Storm Game. You will get 15 questions about London and every question has 4 variants of answer. Every member of your teams has 4 cards with numbers: 1, 2, 3 and 4. Every member can earn 1 point for the team for each right answer. Members of our respectable jury will count how many right answers will give each team. We will read the question and you will rise up the card with the right answer. Ready? Lets start!


Task 2 («Веселые предложения») – нужно составить предложения из отдельных частей. За каждый верный ответ – 5 баллов, и дополнительно 1 балл получает команда, выполнившая задание первой.

Учитель: The next game we would like to suggest you is The Laughing Sentences. Every team will have to make the right sentence from its parts. The team which will finish the task the first rises your hands up. The right answer gives 5 points to the team and 1 extra point for speed.

Ok, Our jury has already prepared the first results. Welcome!


Учитель: Task 3 (Дошифровщик») – правила напоминают телеигру «Самый умный» (нужно из комбинаций букв составить слово

Thank you very much. The next game we would like to suggest you is The Decoder. Every team will have to guess the word.

This is the code of the first word. Every number of the code is one of the letters in the key. For example:

1is for “B”

8is for “U”

1 is for “C”

4 is for “K”

3 is for “I”

5 is for “N”

3 is for “G”

3 is for “H”

1 is for “A”

5 is for “M”

The code word is “Buckingham”

The second word is for you.

The team which will finish the task the first rises your hands up. The right answer gives 5 points to the team and 1 extra point for speed. Ready! Set! Go!

(капитан команды, выполнившей задание первой читает получившееся слово)

The second word is for you too.

(капитан команды, выполнившей задание первой читает получившееся слово)

Учитель: Task 4 « Читалочка»- конкурс капитанов. Нужно прочитать «лесенку» как можно быстрее. Каждая строчка повторяет предыдущую с добавлением одного нового слова.

The next game we would like to suggest you is The Quick Reader. The great battle of the captains is waiting for you. But before we’ll start we need to choose who will be the first, the second and the third reader. The lottery will help us. Take your cards and show us your number. The captain ….will be the first,….the second,….the third. You have to read the chain as quick as you can. 10 points gets the quickest reader, 8 points for the second place and 5 points for the third place.

Ready! Set! Go!

Учитель благодарит все команды за активное участие, подсчитываются очки по всем конкурсам.


3 Домашнее задание

The London Crossword.

(разгадать кроссворд о достопримечательностях Лондона)



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ПЕРЕЙТИ В КАТАЛОГ КУРСОВ

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Данное мероприятие было проведено между учащимися 4-х классов общеобразовательной школы c углубленным изучением английского языка (УМК Верещагина "Английский язык" ФГОС)

Мероприятие состоит из 2-х блоков:

1. "Репортажи журналистов" об основных достопримечательностях Лондона 2. Командная игра с интересными конкурсными заданиями. В архиве содержатся конспект урока, сценарий внеклассного мероприятия (к сожалению, без видеофайлов, которые в оригинале сопровождали «репортажи журналистов»), примерные тексты сообщений "журналистов", конкурсные задания, финальная песня (музыка, текст и аранжировка принадлежат автору этого материала).

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Раздел Иностранные языки
Подраздел Другие методич. материалы
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